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Word association.

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Those children’s lines drawn in coloured chalk,
Join cracks on which one must not walk.

C-i-d-e-r: my favoured form of amber,
Spelled out on many an evening walk.

Come back now as muddied memories,
Trips to the coal shed down the garden walk.

©Copyright Fergus Carty 2012

3 Comments

  1. poemblaze says:

    Good job with the prompt! A fun poem.

  2. Vishvnand says:

    Beautiful take of an idea
    Liked immensely
    Such word associations delight us in life a lot
    bring back into memory vividly what we coolly forgot

  3. Hi Gion Gion,
    Is this some kind of an experiment ?. Every second line ends with walk. In the amber dawn a new script for living was born . Liked these lines ‘C-i-d-e-r: my favoured form of amber,
    Spelled out on many an evening walk.’
    regards
    sarala

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